Last year during the first COVID-19 lockdown in Nova Scotia, all schools shifted to distance learning and working from home throughout the province. In these strange times, our community needed a new way to stay connected when we couldn't be together.
The Grammar Lemonade Project was inspired by the old saying, "When life gives you lemons, make lemonade!" The Lemonade Project was co-chaired by PAC Chair and Prep Parent Tracy Stuart and Senior School Parent Maureen Reid. The purpose of this volunteer-led initiative is to enable our school community to help each other and the broader community as we navigate this uncertain and challenging time by harnessing the power of our collective insights, creativity and compassion.
Starting in April 2021, the Grammar Lemonade Project will now live on as Grammar Connect to represent a new way to stay connected with our community, regardless of being together in person.
Click here to view the new and improved Grammar Connect page on our website, with updated information regarding Grammar and COVID-19. The COVID-19 resources on our website are from Grammar, the Nova Scotia Government, Federal Government, and other sources to help our community.
Click here to view previous Grammar Connect Webinars such as our Virtual Paint Nights with Karla Silver, Bedtime Stories with Mr. Laffoley, cooking shows, and more to come! Grammar Connect also includes our Grammar Marketplace, with a list of businesses within the Grammar Community.
As we are in the third wave of COVID-19 in Nova Scotia, please refer to the Grammar Connect Resources page for our COVID-19 resources. Stay safe, and stay well.